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22 | August 2022 resolution, based on a similar text adopt- ed last year by the Human Rights Coun- cil, calls on member states, international groups, and business enterprises to scale up efforts to ensure a healthy environment for all. The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, welcomed the 'historic' deci- sion and said the landmark development demonstrates that Member States can come together in the collective fight against the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution. "The resolution will help reduce envi- ronmental injustices, close protection gaps and empower people, especially those that are in vulnerable situations, including en- vironmental human rights defenders, chil- dren, youth, women and indigenous peo- ples," he said in a statement released by his Spokesperson's Office. Now the fight is on to implement action around the world. NADCA Fall Tech Set for Atlantic City If you're an air duct cleaner, mold reme- diator, HVAC inspector, or just want to learn more about the comprehensive field of HVAC system cleaning, NADCA's Fall Technical Conference is for you on Sept. 15-17 in Atlantic City. It features hands-on training covering every aspect of HVAC system cleaning, with each hands-on station focused on real-world technical experience. This year's event is packed with a ro- bust educational program featuring ex- pert-led sessions on topics like specialized Born in Dover, NJ on February 25, 1964, to Thomas, Sr., and Janice (Colby) Grillo, Tom resided in Mount Arlington, NJ, before moving to Mansfield in 1999. He enjoyed aviation, online gaming, and classic cars, as well as, reading science fiction books and boating on Lake Hopatcong. He was a vol- unteer with the Boy Scouts of America and a member of Rotary Club International. Tom LOVED people. He was so kind and wonderful. He truly had a heart of gold. He never judged others and was so understanding. Tom was incredibly intelli- gent, curious and had a beautiful mind. He loved his wife and children beyond mea- sure. He was also a loving son and brother. Survivors include his wife Lisa (Ross), three sons, Thomas, III, Tyler, and Connor Grillo, parents Thomas, Sr., and Janice (Col- by) Grillo, sister Lisa Sebelle and her hus- band William, father-in-law Wayne Ross, Sr., mother-in-law Nancy Ross, nieces and nephews William, Jr., Vivienne, Andrew, Kaleigh Sebelle, Jessica Ross, and Wayne Ross, III and brothers-in-law Wayne Jr. and Steven Ross. For memorial donations, please consid- er the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 1500 Rosecrans Ave., Suite 200, Manhat- tan Beach, CA 90266 or honormemorial-gifts/. Healthy Environments Declared Human Right In a 161 to 0 vote (with 8 abstentions), the United Nations General Assembly declared access to a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment a universal human right. The News & Trends T homas J. Grillo, Jr., 58, of Man- sfield, NJ passed away after a long battle with pancre- atic cancer July 26, 2022, at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He was a Sales and Marketing Director at Particles Plus. Joe Hughes of IAQ Radio posted Tom's inter view with him at https:// usa-iaq-testing-equipment/. He also gave a presentation on par- ticle counting and IAQ at the 2016 Healthy Buildings Summit, created by Hughes, at watch?v=6lDhnVSWZsw. Industry Mourns Loss of Tom Grillo Jr.

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